Bioelectromagnetics

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Edited By: James C. Lin

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 34/86 (Biology); 53/72 (Biophysics)

Online ISSN: 1521-186X

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  • Estimation of dielectric values for tissue water in the Terahertz range

    Estimation of dielectric values for tissue water in the Terahertz range

    Literature values of THz absorption in samples of whole skin of two different types [Lipscomb et al., ] (full lines) compared with that of pure water (crosses).

  • Variographic analysis of public exposure to electromagnetic radiation due to cellular base stations

    Variographic analysis of public exposure to electromagnetic radiation due to cellular base stations

    Cumulative distribution function of total electric field level 900 MHz equivalent over different measurement areas (solid line). Normal regression (dashed line).

  • Dielectric properties of dog brain tissue measured in vitro across the 0.3–3 GHz band

    Dielectric properties of dog brain tissue measured in vitro across the 0.3–3 GHz band

    Measured permittivity of different brain tissues in vitro of fresh extracts from four and eight dogs measured 24 h after death, for ages 34–47 months.

  • Response of perennial woody plants to seed treatment by electromagnetic field and low-temperature plasma

    Response of perennial woody plants to seed treatment by electromagnetic field and low‐temperature plasma

    SEM images of R. smirnowii (A) and M. nigra (B) seeds. Magnification: 40×.

  • Analgesic effect of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in patients with chronic low back pain

    Analgesic effect of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in patients with chronic low back pain

    SF-36 health questionnaire scores. Mean scores at beginning of rTMS (gray bars) and 4 weeks after TMS (white bars). Higher values correspond to clinical improvement. Mean ± SD *P < 0.05 significantly different from basal as determined by t-test.

  • Effect of in vivo and in vitro exposure to electrostatic field on some hematological parameters in rats

    Effect of in vivo and in vitro exposure to electrostatic field on some hematological parameters in rats

    In vivo effect of external ESF on RBC morphology and on DNA damage in blood leucocytes. (A and D) control; (B and E) short-term exposure (rats exposed to ESF [E = 200 kV/m] for an hour); (C and F) long-term exposure (rats exposed to ESF [E = 200 kV/m] for 6 succeeding days, 6 h a day). (A–C) RBC morphology. Blood smears were stained with Romanovsky-Giemsa. Light microscopy with magnification ×2250. Bar 10 μm. (D–F) DNA damage in blood leucocytes detected by means of comet assay. Comets were stained with ethidium bromide and images were obtained using CASP image analysis software (Comet Assay Software Project). Fluorescent microscopy with magnification ×80. Bar 200 μm. (G) boxplot of Olive tail moment determined in DNA-comet test. Box includes median and percentiles. **P < 0.01—statistical significance compared to control group.

  • Estimation of dielectric values for tissue water in the Terahertz range
  • Variographic analysis of public exposure to electromagnetic radiation due to cellular base stations
  • Dielectric properties of dog brain tissue measured in vitro across the 0.3–3 GHz band
  • Response of perennial woody plants to seed treatment by electromagnetic field and low‐temperature plasma
  • Analgesic effect of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in patients with chronic low back pain
  • Effect of in vivo and in vitro exposure to electrostatic field on some hematological parameters in rats

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